Newly Updated Series for 2015

The new year has kept us busy keeping updated the collections you know and love—check out these favorite commentary and sermon products to make sure you’re not missing key resources in your Bible study and sermon prep!

Tim Keller Sermon Archive (1989–2013)

Now updated to include sermons from 2012 and 2013, this sermon archive from expository preacher Timothy Keller features over 1,300 sermons across dozens of books of the Bible. His rich Bible-first preaching now engages readers with expository hermeneutics and applicable illustrations. Tagged to populate the Sermon Starter Guide, these sermons will engage and enlighten readers studying any passage from which Keller has preached.

46541Baker Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament (BECNT) (17 vols.)

This series is now updated with Jeffrey A.D. Weima’s volume on 1 and 2 Thessalonians. BECNT is a favorite of many, offering sound scholarship for New Testament exegesis and providing the tools you need for language studies, theological interpretations, and pastoral application.

Classic Commentaries and Studies on 1 & 2 Corinthians (49 vols.)

Get 49 volumes of exegetical, theological, and critical studies on these major Pauline epistles. Charles Hodge, Charles J. Ellicott, John Calvin, and Frédéric Louis Godet are just some of the commentators who’ll fill out your Passage Guide, providing verse-by-verse insight as practical today as it has been in centuries past.

Welwyn Commentary Series (56 vols.)

This series now includes three new volumes on Deuteronomy, Joshua, and Ruth. Expand your Old Testament analysis with an Evangelical favorite. These volumes are designed for preaching and teaching, providing history, hermeneutics, and the cultural context around each pericope and passage.

Social-Science Commentary (6 vols.)Social-Science Commentary

This series covers the majority of the New Testament, providing a thorough sociocultural lens through which to read the New Testament as one would from the first century. Dig into the New Testament as an anthropologist and study the cultural idioms, customs, and lifestyles of those who first received the letters and Gospels of the New Testament.

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Always wanted to have one of these collections in your library, but the price tag put a damper on your purchase? Get them with a monthly payment plan to add them to your library today with manageable increments! Add these books to your library and start using them right away, but spread the payments out over time.

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Comments

  1. My biggest problem is remembering each series I own in Logos. If you could start sending out emails each time one of my series is updated, I'd upgrade each of them more often.